One Night in Boise and I Fell in Love
Hot Spots To Stay

One Night in Boise and I Fell in Love

First thing that pops into your head when you think of Idaho – potatoes?  Put the Idaho stereotypes aside and envision an urban, diverse, and hip city.  That’s Boise.  This cool city has suddenly gotten hot with loads of folks flocking to the capitol of spuds central. Boise has been on my list to visit … Continue reading

The Road Less Traveled From Moab to Telluride
Explore The Outdoors

The Road Less Traveled From Moab to Telluride

When you think of the ultimate road trip, this drive is what you dream of.  It goes from the arid desert to lush forest as you tick off the miles.  It’s a different way to drive into Telluride, Colorado.  It’s a drive from Moab to Telluride.  It’s 132 miles and takes about 2 and a … Continue reading

3 of My Favorite Road Trip Destinations Less Than 2 Hours From Denver
3 Day Getaways / Explore Colorado

3 of My Favorite Road Trip Destinations Less Than 2 Hours From Denver

I shared three of my favorite Colorado summer and fall destinations with Kathie J and Chris Grundy (who was filling in for Chris Parente) on the Everyday Show on Fox 31 Denver.  Here’s more information if you want to travel to three of my favorite Colorado road trip places.  All three of the spots are … Continue reading

A Day in Santa Fe
3 Day Getaways

A Day in Santa Fe

If it’s your first visit to Santa Fe there are somethings you must do – see the “Miraculous Staircase” in Loretto Chapel, shop the wares of Native Americans along the promenade of Palace of the Governors, pop in and out of galleries on Canyon Road, and tour the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum. I’ve done all of … Continue reading

Drawn Back to the “Deserted Valley”
Explore The Outdoors / Explore The Parks

Drawn Back to the “Deserted Valley”

Have you ever been to a place that immediately whisk you away into mystical serenity?  That’s what you experience at Hovenweep National Monument.   I first visited this magical spot right after my brother passed away in late May 2016.  I guess a stop at a place with “weep” in the name on a trip … Continue reading